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Dr. Memo Gamboa😎 2h
If you're an entrepreneur you've probably heard of Robert Kiyosaki.He wrote Rich Dad Poor Dad And The Cash Flow Quadrant.This Blog Post Goes Over the Cash Flow Quadrant and What it Means.Are You A Business Owner Or An Employee etc
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Ivan Macias Sep 18
Before Macklemore had a song about thrifting, The Pack had a song about Vans. While everyone flaunted $180 shoes, The Pack encouraged $36 vans. Monumental time in economics.
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Call Me Coach 🏀❤️🔥 Sep 18
I had this book for months and im just now getting a chance to read it but its great so far
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Tinkerbell 20h
I don’t want a six figure salary anymore. I want my money to work for me 🌎 🏦
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MFA Sep 18
Changes lie ahead that are beyond our reality.
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97. 10h
If you haven’t read the book ... you most definitely should. This book will change your whole mindset about money and educate you on things that schools purposely leave out!
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Sipahi kumar Sep 14
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Kamna Chaudhary Sep 18
I started to read the chapter "The Rich Invent Money" of for Financial literacy and ended up realizing self worth and the power of being fearless as else well.
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DQ Tax Service Team 12h
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Joseph James Francis💸🏆 15h
I have found that the person causing the most harm to me is often myself. If we can find a way to get out of our own way, we definitely can succeed. It is the denial that hurts us in the long run, for the main reason that it simply wastes time and focus.
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Miss RoseAllure ツ❤️ Sep 12
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Thijs van Eembergen Sep 11
Learning new methodology...
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Rovil Palarca 🍁 Sep 16
So excited! I'm finally able to play this again! Let's get out of the rat race.
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PuJaa❣️🌻 Sep 11
Book I will going to read this week ... ans going to finish
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Blue Collar Boy Sep 16
“Assets put money in your pocket, whether you work or not, and liabilities take money from your pocket.” -Robert Kiyosaki
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Mokshak Mehta Sep 17
Poor Dad - I can't afford it. The mind is put off Rich Dad - How Can I afford it? This puts my brain to exercise a way to afford it. Same sentence but different way of thinking.
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Gabriella Antonia Sep 16
"The poor and middle class work for money... The rich make their money work for them." This is a good read!
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Habibur Rahman Miraz Sep 16
The First lesson of having money work for me, as opposed to working for money, is really all about power. If you work for money, you give the power up to your employer. If your money works for you, you keep and control the power.
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Chandan Srivastav Sep 18
Replying to @theRealKiyosaki
Very nice quote. . . I love this book
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fleckiiii Sep 17
A question opens the mind. A statement closes the mind.
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